This show is two hours of uncomplicated fun, much leg pulling and inevitably I spend a good deal of the time with no substantial amount of egg all over my face. I have danced my way vigorously with two hefty left feet from an irretrievably Edwardian upbringing by way of Eton and Cambridge, the City of London (briefly, but not briefly enough) to the Test Match Special Commentary box. There is scarcely a toe I have not trodden on along the way - and many of them more than once. And, to be serious for a second, it's not only 'Loves and Laughs'. The modern world in which we live gets a bit of stick. One or two of it's most pernicious habits get kicked pretty firmly into touch - with a beaming smile of course. I have met any number of famous names along the way too, Ian Fleming and Noel Coward are a couple, and, well listen on!!Performers Henry Blofeld.